One of the beauties of this world is discovering one’s talent and making good use of it. This is the same for Allen Jacob,who is currently trending on the internet after photos of his creative art works surfaced online.
The 13-year-old boy who is from Chiweshe in Zimbawean is a wonderful sculptor who makes beautiful art pieces for a living.
In a bid to advertise his work in order to help him get clients, a Twitter user identified as Milly, recently took to Twitter to share photos of the boy. She wrote: “Allen Jacob 13yrs (Gr 6) frm Chiweshe is a passionate and talented sculptor but jus can’t mk it bcz of poor bckgrnd.His clients myt b on yo TL.The least we cn do is RT to find clients for him. #BlackTwitter do yo thing #Twimbos #BlackExcellence #justasking #Africa”
Allen Jacob 13yrs (Gr 6) frm Chiweshe🇿🇼 is a passionate and talented sculptor but jus can't mk it bcz of poor bckgrnd.His clients myt b on yo TL.The least we cn do is RT to find clients for him. #BlackTwitter do yo thing #Twimbos #BlackExcellence #justasking #Africa pic.twitter.com/LKfXZFPcKQ
— Milly C T🌼 (@millythebae) March 31, 2018
The tweet immediately went viral and received several reactions from people on the interent, some of which were interested in helping the boy. See some reactions below:
Wow! How can we learn more about this boy and the education he's been given?
— Ale Solano (@asolanopf) March 31, 2018Loading...
How can i get in contact with him i would love to sponsor him plus i got friends in the art industry
— 🇿🇼🇯🇲🇿🇦🇺🇸🇬🇧D'Grey Ashton (@greybeatsblack) March 31, 2018
@millythebae i can help by creating a website for him and constantly update it all for free. AND let someone do the marketing for him
— Ishmael Chiwayu (@IshmaelChiwayu) March 31, 2018
I would like to invest in that boy 👌🏿
— 4YourEyezOnly (@Botshelo4Life) April 2, 2018
I always wanted someone who will could do a statue of my late father. DM can I get his contact. DM me please
— CR7Magic (@MfihlakaloSM) April 2, 2018
Where is this young protégé? This work is absolutely amazing, the works of fine arts, outstanding creativity.
— Rodney M (@Rodney_M16) April 2, 2018